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Photo Feature: A Look Inside Residence Hall Rooms

With housing selection right around the corner, this photo feature is dedicated to giving students a look into the various residence hall rooms around campus. Photos by Larissa Davis Quad Common Space in Hiett Hall occupied by senior Sarah Axtell, senior Willa Johnson, senior Gillian Etherington and sophomore Grace Reif. Highlights of Hiett include newer

Letter to the editor: A drunk guy verbally assaulted me and somehow I was the one thrown out of the free speech event for speaking my mind

Last night, I went to a sloppy white supremacist propaganda screening veiled as a forum for ‘free speech and logical thought.’ As it was advertised, it became immediately clear that this was a hotbed for rape jokes, racial and gender slurs. Without any regard for content warnings, these white terrorists on training wheels began their

University of Chicago game brings softball season to a close

Last Friday, our softball team went to Stagg field to play the University of Chicago in a nonconference doubleheader. The Maroons started the game with a strong focus, winning the opener 5-1 and then taking the nightcap 8-0 in five innings. Megan Stoppelman had a one hit shutout in the nightcap, giving the Maroons a

Photo Feature: A Look Inside Residence Hall Rooms

With housing selection right around the corner, this photo feature is dedicated to giving students a look into the various residence hall rooms around campus. Photos by Larissa Davis. This room in Colman Hall occupied by freshmen Claire Zimmerman and Lily Greene. Highlights of Colman include rooms with sinks and its proximity to College Ave.

Photo Feature: A Look Inside Residence Hall Rooms

With housing selection right around the corner, some students may be concerned about being put into a residence hall that wasn’t their first choice. However, all residence halls have just as many perks as drawbacks. This photo feature is dedicated to giving students a look into the various residence hall rooms around campus, starting with

Views From A PWI

I have been told that attending a predominantly white institution, or a PWI, as a person of color is a learning experience in and of itself. Lawrence is no exception. Growing up on the west coast of the United States, I was not immune to bigotry, underrepresentation, or prejudice, but I experienced it on a

Blast From the past: Board makes girl’s track team a sport

Author: Unknown Published: April 22.1927 Girls’ track is to be a team sport, according to a decision made by the W.A.A. board at a meeting held Monday in the rooms of Miss Mary H. Fretts, president of the board. Individuals winning first, second, and third place will be awarded 20, 15 and 10 points respectively

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